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Paz calls for single diamond marketing body
Avi Paz, the president of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, has called on the key players in the global…
TW Steel welcomes A1GP deal
TW Steel, the official watch and timing partner’ of A1GP World Cup of Motorsport, has welcomed the news that the…
McGrath takes over timepieces
After five years working together, Dr Bruce McGrath has taken on the full ownership of Timepieces Australia, the local distributor…
Gillet wins IT award
Jewellery software entrepreneur Raeleen Gillett has been awarded one of Queensland's most prestigious information technology awards.
Ely wins overseas scholarship
Matthew Ely, a jeweller at York Jewellers in Sydney, has won a scholarship to work and train in London for…
Young mum wins Qld apprenticeship award
A 24-year-old new mother has been named the Jewellery Association of Australia's Queensland jewellery apprentice of the year.
Burke and Wills watch sells for $122,000
The pocket watch of Australian explorer William Wills has been sold to the National Museum of Australia for $122,000 at…
Zodiac takes on soccer star
Zodiac Australia has appointed Socceroo star Tim Cahill as its brand ambassador in Australia.
NSW jeweller joins Skillaroos
Eighteen-year-old NSW jewellery apprentice Joshua Fimognari will travel to Calgary Canada this September to compete against 18 other young jewellers…
Governor opens Australian Opal Centre
NSW Governor Marie Bashir officially opened the showroom and office of the Australian Opal Centre in Lightning Ridge last month.
Howie launches Master Jewellers
John Howie, the former chief executive of the Jewellers Association of Australia, has officially launched Master Jewellers Australia to give…
Fair war erupts in New Zealand
The Jewellers & Watchmakers of New Zealand annual trade fair is facing increased competition this year with the announcement that…